Islington’s streets belong to everyone. But as mapping technology has improved, more and more traffic has been using local streets to get where they are going. Local people have told us they want their streets to be friendlier places that are easier for everyone to use, to enjoy being outside in clean air, to make it safer for walking, cycling, using buggies and wheelchairs, and to relax or play.
The introduction of low traffic neighbourhoods, School Streets and cycleways under our ambitious people-friendly streets programme will create more space for those who want to enjoy Islington as they walk or cycle. This way we will make Islington a more equal place for everyone.
You can view the location of the low traffic neighbourhoods and School Streets on Google maps.
Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
Information about our low traffic neighbourhoods including how they work and neighbourhood-specific details
Find out how School Streets work, about schools taking part and getting involved in consultations
Improving cycling in Islington
See what Islington council is doing to make cycling safer and more accessible for everyone.
Frequently asked questions
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about people-friendly streets